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Hello! I've got a Denon 1912 which has one output for the sub, but the problem is is my sub has two inputs?? Could I not just take the signal and split it to fill the L and R inputs on the sub? Any help and suggested are greatly appreciated.
 

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Most subs can be driven by a single input with no problem. Do you have the manual for it? What make and model is it?
 

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Klipsch RSW 10D sub is the sub that I'm wanting to hook up to. It has the r/L connectors while my receiver only has 1 cord connection.


Thanks for your quick reply. I have an adapter that has the 2 audio on one end and then on the other end there is only one connector. Would this work?
 

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^^ No need for the splitter. Just plug into the L input.
 
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